Farm-to-Table Fundraiser in Rensselaerville

Baitsholts FarmCould be a good time: FarmieMarket and the Chefs Consortium are teaming for "an evening of local food, music and fun" as a fundraiser for "farm-to-table programming" on August 26 at the Carey Center for Global Good in Rensselaerville (formerly the Rensselaerville Institute). Blurbage:

The Farm-To-Table Fundraiser is brought to you in partnership with the Chefs Consortium and FarmieMarket to benefit the Carey Center's programs to support agriculture and farmers in our local and regional community. Presently, the Carey Center is cultivating new programs for community composting, children's seed-to-fork education, farm brewing, green roof building, and local harvest culinary workshops. Additionally, the Carey Center is working with Baitsholts Farm to host an on-farm agricultural education program to teach new farmers and homesteaders the skills to thrive in the sustainable agriculture industry. [AOA adds: that's a photo of Baitsholts Farm on the right.]
The event will take place under a tent on the beautiful and historic grounds of the Carey Conference Center, featuring hors d'oeuvres and small plates of peak-harvest, local foods prepared by the area's top chefs, craft brewery samples, and music by Black Mountain Symphony.

Tickets are $40, and include food and craft beer samples.

Earlier on AOA: Touring the Hilltowns, a farm at a time


ready for this?!...biscuit sliders with smoked braised beef tounge and pickled red onions, braised ox tail, roasted pork shoulder with roasted veggies, pulled BBQ turkey, shallot and scallion tart in puff pastry, chilled soups - melon and tomato, fruit smoothies (yes, smoothies!!), heirloom tomato & feta bruschetta, grilled fairytale eggplant with chevre, salad, oh...and a local cheese board! hungry yet? http://​hilltowns_farmtotable.event​

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